Dan Bailey "Barebones" Breathable Waders Closeout Sale

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Dan Bailey Barebones waders are constructed using a three layer waterproof breathable membrane. The outside layer is a soft nylon outer shell, then a breathable coating layer and then a layer of nyon tricot. Suspenders are removable and feature opposite end clasps that alow a quick conversion to waist high waders. The built in side straps eliminate the need for a wader belt while allowing you to customize the fit. Reinforced knee pads add durability. The unique U-shaped foot is a combination of neoprene and hypalon that provides a good fit without all the bulk of a typical neoprene foot. Built in gravel guards come standard. Color: Tan

 

Dan Bailey Wader Sizing - Mens

Size

Height

Largest Girth
chest, waist or hips

Inseam
crotch to floor
Shoe Size

XS
5' - 5'5"
32" - 36"
26" - 28"
4 - 6
S
5'4" - 5'8"
35" - 38"
27" - 30"
7 - 9
M
5'7" - 5'10"
39" - 42"
30" - 32"
8 - 10
ML
5'10" - 6'1"
39" - 42"
33" - 35"
9 - 11
MK
5'7" - 5'10"
42" - 46"
30" - 32"
9 - 11
L
6' - 6'3"
44" - 46"
33" - 35"
10 - 12
LL
6'1" - 6'5"
44" - 46"
35" - 37"
11 - 13
LK
6' - 6'3"
46" - 49"
33" - 35"
11 - 13
XL
6'1" - 6'5"
47" - 50"
35" - 37"
11 - 13
XLL
6'2"- 6'5"
47" - 50"
37" - 39"
13 - 15
XXL
6'3" - 6'6"
52" - 54"
35" - 37"
13 - 15
XLK
6'1" - 6'5"
49" - 52"
35" - 37"
13 - 15
XXLK
6'3" - 6'6"
59" - 61"
35" - 37"
13 - 15
If you fall between sizes, always go with the larger size
This chart is for Dan Bailey waders size reference only, please check sizes offered for each model in wader descriptions.
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Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )

Dan Bailey's Barebones

Review by M. Eyre on 1/26/2017

Agree with previous sentiment. These are durable, light and good value. I bought a new pair whilst in the USA last year but the previous pair are still in action since 1998 and have served in the pursuit of salmon,trout, bass (sea), geese,duck and hard river maintenance. Faultless .

Mr.

Review by Dave Weber on 4/22/2015

I bought a pair of these in W. Yellowstone about 25 years ago for $200. I've been using them since--some years 100 trips, some years 10 trips. Many days involved bushwacking. They've finally developed a small, seeping leak near the seam down by the bootie that I'm having trouble fixing, but I'm not done trying yet. These are great waders; I can't see how I could have done better. 'Barebones', maybe, but they've served me well.

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